September 23, 1960 - December 6, 2017
Saturday, December 9th from 12-2 p.m. at Moreland Funeral Home
Monday, December 11th at 12:00 p.m. at Coschocton County Memory Gardens
Coshocton County Memory Gardens
LouCinda Smith, age 57, passed away Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at Riverside Hospital. Attended Olentangy High School and she was a resident of Marengo for 35 years. Preceded in death by parents Herman and Joann Immel; mother in law Betty Smith and father in law Cecil Smith; grandparents Melvin and Colleen Hicks; daughter LouCinda Parsley; step son Matthew Smith; grand daughter Elizabeth Parsley; brother Melvin (Melno) Immel. Survived by Husband of 35 years Claude Smith; daughter Diana Smith; step sons Phillip Smith and Jason Lowry; grandchildren Kaitlyn Parsley, Autumn Reeves, Kendra Reeves, Matallen Darst, Dillon Darst and Emily Darst. Great Grand Daughter MCKinlyn Christman; sisters Sandy Carr, Susan Taylor and Melissa Immel; brother James Immel. LouCinda enjoyed camping, fishing, harness racing (Little Brown Jug), watching daughter drag race; traveling; visiting Tennessee. Spending time with her grandchildren. Friends may call at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, Saturday 12-2 p.m. where service will follow at 2:00 p.m., Rev. James Immel officiating. Interment Coshocton County Memory Gardens Monday, December 11, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.
The Cole Family’s - Dec 8, 2017
We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in family and friends (Proverbs 17:17). For additonal strength, may you find it in God who cares for you (1 Peter 5:7). Please accept our deepest condolences.
Barbara Christman - Dec 7, 2017
We only met a few times. On one of those occasions was Kaitlyn’s baby shower. She raved how good the food tasted. They last time I’d seen Cindy was when Kaitlyn had McKinlyn. She was so proud of Kaitlyn giving birth to McKinlyn. I watched as mother, grandmother and great grandma welcomed McKinlyn into this world. Kaitlyn’s grandma took my spot.I wasn’t made. I gave Kaitlyn this moment with the two women that she could remember. I never imagined that Kaitlyn’s mom and grandma would both pass. I will make sure McKinlyn knows her great grandma. My deepest sympathy to all.